D. F. Juers, R. J. Boettcher, V. J. Hull, and H. E.
Zimmerman, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin
NMR Simulator is designed to calculate the theoretical spectrum
of compounds containing hydrogen, florine, carbon-13
and other nuclei of spin 112. The calculated theoretical
spectrum is displayed on an osciiioscope.
Options for punched and typewritten output, change in
X-axis offset (sweep offset) and spectrum resolution are
available. Chemical shifts and coupling constant parameters
may be varied sucessively until the displayed spectrum matches
that obtained experimentally. Redisplay of a "library" of
theoretical spectra is possible by retaining punched output
8K PDP-8, Oscilloscope,
and High-Speed Reader/
1 second to 15 minutes